Culinary Arts Facility Opens at Morse HS

A new culinary facility was dedicated at Morse High School with an open house Wednesday.

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…two classrooms/preparation areas, teachers' offices, cold and dry storage, uniform closets, laundry, cleanup and trash areas, restrooms, and a loading dock.
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A new culinary facility was dedicated at Morse High School with an open house Wednesday.
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The $3.2 million project involved constructing a new one-story, 6,622-square-foot, steel-framed building with an additional 1,695-square-foot outdoor cafe.
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Morse Hungry Tiger culinary students catered the open house event.
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The new facility includes demonstration and instructional kitchens, indoor dining, a nutritional analysis classroom…
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… two classrooms/preparation areas, teachers' offices, cold and dry storage, uniform closets, laundry, cleanup and trash areas, restrooms, and a loading dock.
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A flash freezer teaches fast food presentation while a combi oven helps them prepare food in many different ways.
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The College, Career & Technical Education facility (CCTE) is funded by Proposition S and a California Proposition 1D matching-fund grant.
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Construction was completed in May 2012.
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The facility will provide a professional work environment for students interested in culinary arts.
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Daniel Canepa
It’s going to make it a more professional and exciting atmosphere for students according to instructor Jackie Schaffer.
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Students will be able to get hands-on-experience in cooking in different temperatures, food safety and nutrition.
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Students will begin using the new facility Thursday.
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